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The Wagsters Magic Theatre Offering Discounted Tickets In Support Of LLS Fundraiser

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JAMES CITY-The Wagsters Magic Theatre is joining several other magic theatres along the East Coast in raising money during the month of October for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).

Brandon and Hannah Wagster, owners of The Wagsters Magic Theatre, relocated to Williamsburg six months ago with the vision of opening their own magic theatre. One of the core values of their business plan is to assist others in need through their new platform.

“Some fellow illusionist friends of ours from Pennsylvania reached out a few weeks ago and shared their goal of raising $200,000 by the end of the year for the LLS,” said Brandon Wagster. “We were so moved by their dream we just had to help.”

The Wagsters will be collecting cash donations in addition to giving back ten percent of their concession and souvenir merchandise sales to the LLS. The couple is also offering a $25-ticket special as an incentive for locals to support the fundraiser. The discounted ticket rate is available to residents of Williamsburg, Newport News, Hampton, James City County, York County, New Kent County, and Charles City County.

The magic theater is located at 5535 Olde Towne Rd. in Williamsburg. For more information about The Wagsters Magic Theatre, please visit its website.

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